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Master Jazz Guitar Solos (add song)

DPRICE8292@...
 

--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., "Alisdair MacRae Birch" <alisdair@a...>
wrote:
Bob

That would be great! I think there will be lots of people who will
be
interested in getting the list and giving you feedback ;)

Are you doing the same for Master Jazz Guitarist ?

Alisdair MacRae Birch
Jazz Guitarist
Email: alisdair@a...
Web: http://www.alisdair.com
The Jazz Guitar Discussion List:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jazz_guitar
The Band In A Box User Group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Band-in-a-Box

--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., broetker@o... wrote:
I am working on a spreadsheet that shows all 178 of the jazz
guitar
solos included in the BIAB 10 mega pak. Same as Master Jazz
Guitarist - the solos are all based on standards. I will post as
soon
as it is complete. I have 174 of the 178 done.

Bob R.


I agree. Here's a few to start; if somebody else will
contribute,
I'll find some more:

12 - Girl from Ipanema
14 - How High The Moon
21 - Satin Doll
22 - Sweet Georgia Brown
23 - Blues w/ chord variations
24 - Corcovado
25 – Autumn Leaves
26 - Stella by Starlight
27 - Honeysuckle Rose
28 - Rhythm Changes
30 – "A" Train
36 – Bluesette
41 - Just Friends
49 - Another You

Jerry
ADD 01 - A Day In The Life Of A Fool
:-)
Dave


Re: The Jazz Guitar MasterClass

John Lynch <johner@...>
 

Alisdair,

If you've copied the whole CD to a directory, there will be a file in the
top level directory called "pmclass.asc", or something else with the .asc
extension (I only have the Piano Master Class). Edit that file in Notepad
or something to point to the executable file in the directory below.

Example for Jazz Piano Master Class:
I have a directory called "c:&#92;stuff" (not very original I know).
So I copied the whole CD for Volume 1 to a directory called "c:&#92;stuff&#92;jpmc1"
(I think you want to use less than 8-character names)

In that directory are the files:
AUTORUN.INF
LICENSE.TXT
PMCLASS.ASC
PMCLASS.EXE

and a directory:
DATA

I edit the "PMCLASS.ASC" file to read:
&#92;stuff&#92;jpmc1&#92;data&#92;pmclass_.exe

Notice no disk name. This allows me to launch the pmclass.exe file from
that top directory and run the program.
Should work the same for the Guitar one.

Good luck,
John

----- Original Message -----
From: Alisdair MacRae Birch
To: Band-in-a-Box@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2001 3:01 PM
Subject: [Band-in-a-Box] The Jazz Guitar MasterClass


Folks

Does anyone know how to install The Jazz Guitar MasterClass CD's 1 &
2 on to hard disk so you can run them from Hard Disk without having
the CD.


The Jazz Guitar MasterClass

Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Folks

Does anyone know how to install The Jazz Guitar MasterClass CD's 1 &
2 on to hard disk so you can run them from Hard Disk without having
the CD.

I have tried copying all the files etc, but it insists on wanting to
run from the CD.

Any advice ?

Alisdair MacRae Birch
Jazz Guitarist
Email: alisdair@alisdair.com
Web: http://www.alisdair.com
The Jazz Guitar Discussion List:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jazz_guitar
The Band In A Box User Group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Band-in-a-Box


Master Jazz Guitar Solos (was Re: Jazz Soloist )

Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Bob

That would be great! I think there will be lots of people who will be
interested in getting the list and giving you feedback ;)

Are you doing the same for Master Jazz Guitarist ?

Alisdair MacRae Birch
Jazz Guitarist
Email: alisdair@alisdair.com
Web: http://www.alisdair.com
The Jazz Guitar Discussion List:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jazz_guitar
The Band In A Box User Group:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Band-in-a-Box

--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., broetker@o... wrote:
I am working on a spreadsheet that shows all 178 of the jazz guitar
solos included in the BIAB 10 mega pak. Same as Master Jazz
Guitarist - the solos are all based on standards. I will post as
soon
as it is complete. I have 174 of the 178 done.

Bob R.


I agree. Here's a few to start; if somebody else will
contribute,
I'll find some more:

12 - Girl from Ipanema
14 - How High The Moon
21 - Satin Doll
22 - Sweet Georgia Brown
23 - Blues w/ chord variations
24 - Corcovado
25 – Autumn Leaves
26 - Stella by Starlight
27 - Honeysuckle Rose
28 - Rhythm Changes
30 – "A" Train
36 – Bluesette
41 - Just Friends
49 - Another You

Jerry


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Denis Ladouceur <denisl@...>
 

Hi All,

BTW, Denis, if you are monitoring, please let us all know when you have
accomplished this.
I read most of messages post at the BIAB's group. This is a good way for me to get your feedback about BIAB in order to improve my softwares.

With four kids in the ages of about 2, 4, 7 and 9. It's hard to find the time I need to do everything I would like to do (play music, create songs, support registered users of The Song Librarian and The Style Librarian and finally, keep both software up-to-date)...

But, supporting .LS3 files in The Style Librarian is my next project and I hope to find the required time as soon as possible...

Anyways, I will let you know.


Best Regards,

Denis Ladouceur
denisl@aei.ca
http://www.aei.ca/~denisl (MIDI Tools Homepage)


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

At 07:36 PM 2/23/01 -0800, Janice McDonald <janice21475@yahoo.com> wrote:
Hi Bob,

Did you try out that ls3 file thing? Let me know if it
helped.
Hi Janice,

I have been using the .ls3 files since version 9 of BiaB and find them a
great improvement over the old way of doing things. When we had to modify
the bbw.lst file our styles would get erased every time PG Music released a
new style disk. Plus we can access the other features of the style picker
window. It is like an answer to a prayer.

But unfortunately the new problem arose because of the name limit to the
style picker window.

Hopefully, when Denis Ladouceur gets his newest edition of the Style
Librarian up it will override that problem while making use of the ls3
files. Denis is a fine programmer and has a great addition to Band-in-a-Box.

BTW, Denis, if you are monitoring, please let us all know when you have
accomplished this.

Take care,



- - - - - - - - -
Bob "Notes" Norton
owner, Norton Music
norton@nortonmusic.com
http://www.nortonmusic.com

Norton Music is the #1 producer of BiaB after-market products in the world!
Featuring Power User Styles, Fake Disks, and Arangement Disks.
PLUS ... PG Music products at up to 20% off ... FREE Midi Files ... links
to MIDI file search pages ... download and print sheet music directly from
the web ... a few jokes to brighten your day ... and more.


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

Hi Janice,

You might know the Finetuned Styles are
Key Sensitive and I have made a separate ls3 list for
each key and also one for the 0K^styles (those are
without bass intervals to next chord and are used when
no bass intervals are wanted or just to preview a
style). Maybe they are working because I have them in
seperate files? Have you done that with yours or have
you added them on to BIAB's list?
I have 6 different ls3 files and most of my customers have no problem at
all. It seems that the only ones that do simply have every style ever
offered by PG Music and Norton Music. There is a finite limit to the number
of style names that BiaB can display in the style picker window. PG Music
duplicates so many of its file names in so many different categories that
they almost fill that limit up with their own style names (For example you
might find the Dwight Yokum style in C&W, Rock and All categories, using up
three of the precious style name allotments).

To date I have had about a half dozen customers (out of thousands) who
reported the problem, and PG is working on a solution. If and when you get
your first one, you will probably know how to respond.

Thanks for the response,

- - - - - - - - -
Bob "Notes" Norton
owner, Norton Music
norton@nortonmusic.com
http://www.nortonmusic.com

Norton Music is the #1 producer of BiaB after-market products in the world!
Featuring Power User Styles, Fake Disks, and Arangement Disks.
PLUS ... PG Music products at up to 20% off ... FREE Midi Files ... links
to MIDI file search pages ... download and print sheet music directly from
the web ... a few jokes to brighten your day ... and more.


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Janice McDonald <janice21475@...>
 

Hi Bob,

Did you try out that ls3 file thing? Let me know if it
helped.

Janice
http://www.finetuned.net


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Janice McDonald <janice21475@...>
 

Hello Bob,

We have had no reported problems. I personally have
all of BIAB styles and all 30+ Finetuned styles in my
BIAB folder. You might know the Finetuned Styles are
Key Sensitive and I have made a separate ls3 list for
each key and also one for the 0K^styles (those are
without bass intervals to next chord and are used when
no bass intervals are wanted or just to preview a
style). Maybe they are working because I have them in
seperate files? Have you done that with yours or have
you added them on to BIAB's list?

Hope that helps,
Janice
Finetuned
Styles for Band in a Box and Jammer
http://www.finetuned.net


--- Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@nortonmusic.com> wrote:

At 05:18 AM 2/23/01 -0800, Janice McDonald
<janice21475@yahoo.com> wrote:
...
All Finetuned Styles come with .ls3 files so there
is
no hassle viewing them in the style selection
window.

Janice,

I have had a few people with PG Mega Packs have
trouble seeing my styles
(apparently there is a style over-run problem, PG
exceeded its own limit
for names). Have you had any reports of a similar
problem?

I have reported the bug to PG Music and they are
working on an update.


- - - - - - - - -
Bob


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

At 05:18 AM 2/23/01 -0800, Janice McDonald <janice21475@yahoo.com> wrote:
...
All Finetuned Styles come with .ls3 files so there is
no hassle viewing them in the style selection window.
Janice,

I have had a few people with PG Mega Packs have trouble seeing my styles
(apparently there is a style over-run problem, PG exceeded its own limit
for names). Have you had any reports of a similar problem?

I have reported the bug to PG Music and they are working on an update.


- - - - - - - - -
Bob "Notes" Norton
owner, Norton Music
norton@nortonmusic.com
http://www.nortonmusic.com

Norton Music is the #1 producer of BiaB after-market products in the world!
Featuring Power User Styles, Fake Disks, and Arangement Disks.
PLUS ... PG Music products at up to 20% off ... FREE Midi Files ... links
to MIDI file search pages ... download and print sheet music directly from
the web ... a few jokes to brighten your day ... and more.


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Bob 'Notes' Norton <norton@...>
 

At 06:53 AM 2/23/01 +0000, "Brent Stuntzner" <stuntzner@brent.org> wrote:
I'm a new member to the list
Welcome

Anyway, onto
my question...I recently downloaded some styles from Wes'awesome
website and am trying to get BiaB to recognize their existence. I've
read about the .lst files and have tried to "re-build", but it
doesn't seem to function.
The bbw.lst file doesn't work as well as it used to :-(

BiaB has a new way of doing that, and it involves building .ls3 files. I
uploaded a very long instructional post about this a couple of weeks ago.
Alisdair said he was going to incorporate it into a FAQ, but I do not know
if he has done so or not. It is message number 25 in this list and I'll
repeat it here:

***************************


Subject: Re: [Band-in-a-Box] Re: Any tips on organising styles ?

>At 08:47 AM 1/22/01 +0000, "Alisdair MacRae Birch"
<alisdair@alisdair.com> wrote:
>Hi Bob
>
>Thanks for your comprehensive reply, very helpful. Would be
very
>interested if you have some more info on building .ls3
files, to
>include in the FAQ.
>
>By the way many years back I bought some of your style disks
and
>found them very good. They were nicely packaged and came
with good
>notes - I must have used the Soca Style numerous times! Why
not put a
>link to your site in the links section of the group ?
>

Hi Alisdair,

Thanks for the compliment on my styles. I just released my
10th style disk the
latter part of last year, and the response has been great. I
also released three
new disks written by Roy Hawkesford, a jazz and music
educator living in the
UK.

The following is offered without warranty of any kind. Nether
Bob "Notes"
Norton nor Norton Music accepts any responsibility for the
material below.
Hopefully there are no typographical errors in it, but if you
find one, please be
kind enough to let me know. This list was comprised using
instructional
material provided by PG Music and it is embellished with
lessons learned by
experience while writing Norton Music aftermarket styles for
Band-in-a-Box.
(Please visit my web site at http://www.nortonmusic.com)

Here is what I have learned about .ls3 files. I have used
these successfully to
organize the Norton and Hawkesford files so they show up in
the STY
window, and are not erased by adding new PG Music styles.
Please note, if
they do not show up automatically, re-boot Band-in-a-Box
after adding the ls3
files and the first time you open BiaB's style picker window,
click Re-Build. If
you have all the PG Music styles, you might experience a
style over-run
problem, and they will not show up. Contact
support@pgmusic.com to let them
know (they are good about fixing bugs). If you have any other
kind of trouble
with either the Norton or Hawkesford styles, contact
support@nortonmusic.com

The ls3 file is a text file. You can make one with Window's
Notepad or other
word processor as long as you save it as a plain text file.
If your word
processor allows, save it with the .ls3 extension, if not
change the extension
after it is saved.

You can make as many .ls3 files as you want, but no file can
exceed 65,000
(65K) bytes.

Both the .ls3 file and the user style must reside in the same
folder as the
bbw.exe (Band-in-a-Box) program. Unless you changed it that
would be c:&#92;bb

There are a couple of different ways to do this, but the one
I found best and the
one I use for my Norton Music styles contains two lines.

Line 1 includes the style description exactly as found in the
bbw.lst -- do not
modify the bbw.lst file, but use the guidelines for the
bbw.lst as found in the
BiaB user manual.

Line 2 includes the additional information.

Here is an example of the second line from a Norton Music
style (16 beat
ballad number 1), and I'll follow it with an explanation.
{The explanation will
be in the same style brackets this sentence is enclosed in}.
You will substitute
the values for your own styles according to the
recommendation in the { }
brackets.

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76,8,jz,jzs

what does this all mean?

;^@ {This must appear at the beginning of each line, for all
other entries, use a
comma to separate them}

;^@#16bbal1.sty
#16bbal1.sty {this is the style name, exactly as it appears
on your hard drive}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0
0 {this denotes which soloist to use (1-255) and 0=don't
always use the same
soloist

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16
j16 {which soloist type to use -- * see SOLOIST TYPE list at
the end of this
post}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true
true {double time is OK -- use false if you don't want to
allow double time
soloist}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4
4 {base time signature -- use either 3 for 3/4 or 4 for 4/4 here}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV
EV {this entry designates whether the notes in the next entry
are EV (even) or
sw (swing)}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16
16 {this denotes which notes in the above entry are EV or sw
-- use either 8 or
16}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66
66 {lowest recommended tempo}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100
100 {highest recommended tempo}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76
76 {typical tempo}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76,8
8 {style disk the style is found on -- PG Music has reserved
1-255 for their
own use}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76,8,jz
jz {melody patch to use. Either assign a patch number between
1-128 or use the
**melody / soloist patch in the chart below}

;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76,8,jz,jzs
jzs {soloist patch to use. Either assign a patch number
between 1-128 or use
the **melody / soloist patch in the chart below}

In the melody patch and soloist patch I generally use the
letters from the chart
below for my Norton Music styles. I think this allows the end
user more
flexibility.

* SOLOIST TYPE
j3.......Jazz Swing - triplet feel 8th notes
j8.......Jazz - even 8th notes
j16......Jazz - even16th notes
w3.......Waltz - triplet feel
w8.......Waltz - even 8ths
c3.......Country - triplet feel 8th notes
c8.......Country - even 8ths
cw8......Country waltz - even 8ths
b3.......Blues - triplet feel 8ths
b8.......Blues - even 8ths
p16......Pop - even 16ths
p24......Pop - swing 16ths
class8...Classical - even 8ths
class16..Classical - even 16ths
tek16....Tecnno - even 16ths
funk16...Funk - even 16ths
ethnic16.Ethnic - even 16ths
ethnic3..Ethnic - triplet feel

** melody / soloist
1-128 to get a specific patch or ...
jz....Jazz melody patch
jzs...Jazz soloist patch
bl....Blues melody patch
bls...Blues soloist patch
bg....Bluegrass melody (patch)
bgs...Bluegrass soloist (patch)
la....Latin melody
las...Latin soloist
ct....Country melody
cts...Country soloist
po....Pop melody
pos...Pop soloist
rk....Rock melody
rks...Rock soloist
fu....Funk melody
fus...Funk soloist
cl....Classical melody
cls...Classical soloist
tk....Techno melody
tks...Techno soloist
et....Ethnic melody
ets...Ethnic soloist
fo....Folk melody
fos...Folk soloist
re....Reggae melody
res...Reggae soloist
af....African melody
afs...African soloist

Both lines combined for the Norton Music style look like this:
@#16bbal1.sty&#92;16beat Ballad • Norton^meter=4/4 ...
•=LiveDrums ...
Norton-SD#8 ... A 1970s - 2000s 16 Beat ballad*Every Time You
Go Away
;^@#16bbal1.sty,0,j16,true,4,EV,16,66,100,76,8,jz,jzs
(Turn off the word wrap feature to view the properly)

The line that starts with@ is the bbw.lst style line
the line that starts with the ;^@ is the additional ls3 type line

The updated Norton Music and Roy Hawkesford ls3. files can
always be found
at:
http://www.nortonmusic.com/news.html
and will probably be under the heading:
#1. For Windows Band-in-a-Box version 9.0b or higher (9.0c
preferred)

If things change, I'll change the heading but the latest
version for Windows will
always be at the top. Mac people can find an updated bbw.lst
file at the bottom
of the page, and if PG Music ever supports ls3 files for the
Mac, I'll put an
update there for you, too.

If you have anything to add, or discover anything new that
you find beneficial,
please contact norton@nortonmusic.com

This list was comprised using material from Band-in-a-Box and
embellished
with lessons learned by experience while writing Norton Music
aftermarket
styles for Band-in-a-Box. Please visit my web site
www.nortonmusic.com

If anybody is interested in me keeping a library of .ls3
files on my
Band-in-a-Box site, let me know. If there is enough demand,
I'll do it.

Pretty lengthy post but I hope it will help.



Bob "Notes" Norton
norton@nortonmusic.com
http://www.nortonmusic.com


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Janice McDonald <janice21475@...>
 

To add your newly acquired style files to the bbw.lst
you must do it manually. Open the .lst in a good text
editor. Save it with a different name, so you can
safely play with it. (I use EditPad Classic from
http://www.jgsoft.com, an excellent program, by the
way. I use it for all my HTML editing.) Anyway, back
to the style list. Enter all the data for your styles
in similar format as used in the BBW.LST. The exact
pattern to use is given on the PGMusic web site
somewhere. Save the file as something like brent.ls3
and then do a re-build. It may take some editing but
it is not impossible to do.

All Finetuned Styles come with .ls3 files so there is
no hassle viewing them in the style selection window.

If you continue to have problems I will be glad to
send you a copy of one of our lists and you could just
edit the names and data to fit your styles.

Janice
Finetuned
Styles for Band in a Box and Jammer
http://www.finetuned.net

--- Brent Stuntzner <stuntzner@brent.org> wrote:

Hi all,

I'm a new member to the list and hopefully a new
member to the
accompanying webring. I use BiaB on a near daily
basis for learning
new tunes and also use it to create "Jam Tracks" for
my website of
jazz guitar transcriptions
(www.stuntzner.brent.org). Anyway, onto
my question...I recently downloaded some styles from
Wes'awesome
website and am trying to get BiaB to recognize their
existence. I've
read about the .lst files and have tried to
"re-build", but it
doesn't seem to function. BiaB continues to build a
.lss file based
on the default styles. I read the help file and
know all about the
character length constraints and all. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

--brent


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Alisdair MacRae Birch <alisdair@...>
 

Hi Brent

Check Out the FAQ:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Band-in-a-Box/files/BIAB_FAQ.txt

---alisdair


--- In Band-in-a-Box@y..., "Brent Stuntzner" <stuntzner@b...> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm a new member to the list and hopefully a new member to the
accompanying webring. I use BiaB on a near daily basis for
learning
new tunes and also use it to create "Jam Tracks" for my website of
jazz guitar transcriptions (www.stuntzner.brent.org). Anyway, onto
my question...I recently downloaded some styles from Wes'awesome
website and am trying to get BiaB to recognize their existence.
I've
read about the .lst files and have tried to "re-build", but it
doesn't seem to function. BiaB continues to build a .lss file
based
on the default styles. I read the help file and know all about the
character length constraints and all. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

--brent


Re: Burning CDs with version 10

David Bailey <dhbailey@...>
 

heathw@in-tch.com wrote:

Hi,
Has anyone tried this feature yet? I would like to make some play along
type CDs of my tunes but can't seem to get the CD to burn. I'll be out
of town tomorrow but will be eagerly awaiting your advice when I return.
Thanks,

I haven't tried it because it burns the CD track by track and doesn't
close the CD until you tell it to.

What I do is create .WAV files (using the .WAV button) and when I have
all the files I want on the CD, I move them to a clean, empty directory
and use Easy Cd Creator to burn the CD. I find I can keep track of
things very well that way so I haven't explored the Band-in-a-Box
burning capability.


--
David H. Bailey
dhbailey@ix.netcom.com


Re: Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

David Bailey <dhbailey@...>
 

Brent Stuntzner wrote:

Hi all,

I'm a new member to the list and hopefully a new member to the
accompanying webring. I use BiaB on a near daily basis for learning
new tunes and also use it to create "Jam Tracks" for my website of
jazz guitar transcriptions (www.stuntzner.brent.org). Anyway, onto
my question...I recently downloaded some styles from Wes'awesome
website and am trying to get BiaB to recognize their existence. I've
read about the .lst files and have tried to "re-build", but it
doesn't seem to function. BiaB continues to build a .lss file based
on the default styles. I read the help file and know all about the
character length constraints and all. Any thoughts?
Denis Ladouceur has written a fantastic program called "Styles
Librarian" to handle problems such as yours.

http://www.aei.ca/~denisl is his website.

This allows you to classify your styles in any manner you want to,
adding and changing categories to suit your needs, and then it rebuilds
the .lst and .lss files for you. It is a must for people who want to
use any third-party styles.

But before you get it up and running, Band-in-a-Box may not have your
styles in its list, but you can still use them.

When you want to add a style simply click on the lower small grey button
to the immediate right of the box which shows the song's style. This
allows you to navigate to any style on your hard-disk, in whatever
location it may be (you should keep all your styles in the root BBW
directory), whether it show when you click on the STY button or not.



--
David H. Bailey
dhbailey@ix.netcom.com


Burning CDs with version 10

heathw@...
 

Hi,
Has anyone tried this feature yet? I would like to make some play along
type CDs of my tunes but can't seem to get the CD to burn. I'll be out
of town tomorrow but will be eagerly awaiting your advice when I return.
Thanks,
Heath


Bbw.lst & Bbw.lss Question

Brent Stuntzner <stuntzner@...>
 

Hi all,

I'm a new member to the list and hopefully a new member to the
accompanying webring. I use BiaB on a near daily basis for learning
new tunes and also use it to create "Jam Tracks" for my website of
jazz guitar transcriptions (www.stuntzner.brent.org). Anyway, onto
my question...I recently downloaded some styles from Wes'awesome
website and am trying to get BiaB to recognize their existence. I've
read about the .lst files and have tried to "re-build", but it
doesn't seem to function. BiaB continues to build a .lss file based
on the default styles. I read the help file and know all about the
character length constraints and all. Any thoughts?

Thanks!

--brent


The Biab Project Message board is up

Andrew Black <willboone@...>
 

I just put up the message board at the Band ina box
project website. come on by. i could see this as
being a great resource for all of us users if we have
a place that will keep all of our posts and
discussions on Band in a box stuff.

the biab project homepage

www.geocities.com/thebiabproject

also, coming soon, David sanborn and stevie wonder
biab files. These are going to be awesome study tools
for fusion and rock jazz.

peace,

andrew black

willboone on the forum.

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Master Jazz Guitar Solos (was Re: Jazz Soloist )

Bob Roetker
 

I am working on a spreadsheet that shows all 178 of the jazz guitar
solos included in the BIAB 10 mega pak. Same as Master Jazz
Guitarist - the solos are all based on standards. I will post as soon
as it is complete. I have 174 of the 178 done.

Bob R.


I agree. Here's a few to start; if somebody else will contribute,
I'll find some more:

12 - Girl from Ipanema
14 - How High The Moon
21 - Satin Doll
22 - Sweet Georgia Brown
23 - Blues w/ chord variations
24 - Corcovado
25 – Autumn Leaves
26 - Stella by Starlight
27 - Honeysuckle Rose
28 - Rhythm Changes
30 – "A" Train
36 – Bluesette
41 - Just Friends
49 - Another You

Jerry


Re: Band in a Box project update

Andrew Black <willboone@...>
 

man.. stupid me.. of course

www.geocities.com/thebiabproject

im gonna be adding some david sanborn and stevie
wonder songs in the next week. stay tuned!

andrew


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me have it, please?

Brian H.

At 03:49 20/02/2001 -0800, you wrote:


I want to thank all of you for visiting this
infant,
very basic site.

i wish i could make it look a little more snappy,
but
as ive told at least one of you, im a knuckle
dragging
imbecile when it comes to webpage design. so if
any
of you are web designers and wanna donate some
time....... heh.

anyhow. i have been made aware that one of the
links
to jazz standards 2 is not working. this will be
fixed soon, like by Thursday. also by then, i hope
to
have a message board specifically directed to Band
in
a box!! im just waiting for the application to go
through. I wanted to get the same one as is used
ont
he sax on the web forum ( www.geocities.com/harrir
)
but they are no longer taking new boards. oh well,
this one, honestly, impresses me more and should be
an
excellent addition to the online band in a box
community in specific and the jazz community in
general.


i have some other fake books that will be going up
soon. these are others that i ve collected from
the
web. i wish i knew who made them so i can give
them
credit.

also, some NEW sequences will be made available
very
soon ont he page. i have a few that i personally
have
done, and i will put them up when i have finished
enough to feel like it is a collection. id say in
a
week or so.

As always, ill make any new additions to the site
known here until it The BiaB project catches on.


heh.. one more thing. if ANY of you have files
that
you would like to submit, they are welcome. zip
them
up, and send them to me at:

drewblack@alltel.net

you will be recognized there for your hard work.
believe me.

peace and happy playing,

andrew



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